Today was Trevor’s last day in EI. He doesn’t turn 3 for a couple more weeks, but his EI program is going on a summer break and when they return he’ll be 3. It was such a bittersweet day for me. Trevor has been in EI for 2 years officially and he went to music class there before he was an official student, so we’ve gone to the Progress Center at least once a week for nearly his entire life.
His teachers and therapists are all wonderful people. They truly love him and have rooted him on these past few years. I am so grateful for all of their help.
In honor of his last class at Progress Center I baked a cake for them to serve at snacktime:
Trevor sure enjoyed it, and so did the other kids 🙂
And this just shows you how awesome the staff there is. His teacher, who works with him in class and at home visits, made him a social story filled with pictures of him throughout the years. A bunch of the staff signed the back pages and wrote notes to him and I. (Yes, I cried).
The other teacher in his class made me this certificate to thank me for helping clean up and being so involved there over the years. More tears of course 🙂
I will definitely miss everyone. It’s hard to believe that this chapter of Trevor’s life has closed and a new one is about to begin. He starts preschool on September 12th. My little guy is really growing up!